Arctic

Arctic

ANIMAL Life in the ARCTIC - Most of us will never visit the Arctic Circle — and the year round residents of these northernmost and southern regions are perfectly happy with that. We're not talking about Eskimos; we're talking about the animals that call the Arctic home. Though the subzero temperatures and rugged, cold, forests may seem bleak and unforgiving, many species thrive in the frigid tundra of the Arctic Circle.

Some of these animals you will have seen before, like the polar bear or the snowy owl, seal, snow leopards, penguins, walrus, puffins, deer, and husky dogs while others are more exotic, like the "albino white deer" and cuddly snow hares. HANSA invites you to EXPLORE these areas and learn about the unique, animals who call this area HOME!

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Reindeer Baby Laying
SKU: 5934
Sea Lion Cub
SKU: 4902
Seal
SKU: 5652
Siberian Tiger Cub
SKU: 4675
Snow Leopard
SKU: 5319
Snow Leopard
SKU: 5318
Snow Leopard Cub
SKU: 4355
Snow Leopard Jacquard
SKU: 6998
Snow Leopard Jacquard Laying
SKU: 6999
Snow Leopard Keychain
SKU: 6917
Snow Leopard Laying
SKU: 4954
The snow leopard is found in northern India in the states bordering the Himalayas and in the Central Asian mountains. Their diet consists of wild sheep, goats, deer, and some other small mammals. Snow leopards have extremely powerful legs that allow them to jump as far as 50 ft. Each litter consists of 1-5 cubs.
Snow Leopard Life Size
SKU: 4283
Snow leopard standin
SKU: 6514
Walrus
SKU: 5327
The walrus is very slow on land but, very fast and strong in the water. However, they are unable to dive very deep or stay underwater for long periods of time. Males weight about 3,700 lbs and females about 2,750 lbs. They eat bivalve mollusks, clams and mussels. Their coloration varies from yellowish, reddish, pink or brown. Their muzzle is covered with stiff long bristles.
White Arctic Fox
SKU: 4069
The arctic fox, also known as the white fox, polar fox or snow fox, is a small fox native to Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and is common throughout the Arctic tundra biome. The arctic fox lives in some of the most frigid extremes on the planet. Among its adaptations for cold survival are its deep, thick fur,[6] a system of countercurrent heat exchange in the circulation of paws to reta...

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